Last updated at 3:07 am UTC on 15 September 2017
Seaside takes a different approach by default: Seaside generates URIs automatically, Seaside keeps state on the server, and Seaside does not interact well with HTTP commands. While the approach of Seaside simplifies a lot of things in web development, sometimes it is necessary to play with the rules. REST is used by a large number of web products and adhering to the REST standard might increase the usability of an application.
Seaside Representational State Transfer
The 'Seaside-REST-Core' package is included since Seaside release 3.1.
To create a REST-ful service you subclass WARestfulHandler instead of WAComponent.